This project was one of the first tasks that I worked on at my internship with Anima in Barcelona. I had to conceptualize a lamp for a client that sells lighting fixtures. This particular design focuses on inspirations from pails/buckets that one would see on a beach setting. I implemented a minimal and modern aesthetic to the lamp so that the product can be situated in a variety of environments and living establishments.
This was a project that was brought up from the CEO of the consultancy I worked for. He came up to me with a rough sketch of the idea for this lamp, and I had the freedom to choose specific materials, colours, and the overall styling.
Initially, I took the sketch that my boss gave me and developed a couple of more variations to iron out specific details. Once I got a form that fit the overall vision, I created the lamp on Solidworks. After a couple of changes suggested by my boss, I finalized the design and started to render it through Keysho – I then retouched some of the images through Photoshop.
The boss of the firm seemed to appreciate how I developed his initial vision of a rough sketch, into a full rendered product. So far, this project has gained a little bit of attention on platforms such as Behance, as well as my website portfolio.